I went to a delightful quilt show at the Glenwood Historical Museum in Glenwood, Iowa. They had arranged 150 quilts around the museum. Most were quite old.
The three "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilts are grouped together on the museum "front porch" display area.
Mary Lou Hoerner Pitzner shared stories about several quilts from her family. The green "Star" quilt was made by members of her family in the late 1800's.
The green and white quilt was one of four made for sisters by Hazel Deacon in the 1970's. Each one was a different color.
So many lovely quilts were shared by active members of the Museum. I hope you enjoyed seeing a few lovely quilts, too.
Seek beauty inside and outside this week. Our world is bursting with colors right now. Enjoy!